Author: Cristina Jimenez

When it Comes to Faith, Pence Needs no Defense

Vice President Mike Pence has scandalized the nation once again. This time? The publication of a recent Washington Post article that included comments Pence made to The Hill in 2002 has inflamed leftists. Pence is under fire… for being loyal to his wife. The Ridiculous Charges In the Washington Post article, Pence shared that one of the ways he expresses his loyalty and devotion to his wife is by upholding physical and emotional boundaries in his interactions with other women. In the article, Pence stated that he refuses to have dinner alone with another woman, or attend an event...

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Kim-sanity: Is North Korea’s Dictator Really Crazy Like a Fox?

Since the days of Kim Jong-il, North Korea’s international reputation has been defined largely by its gaudy displays of power. The world mocks the rogue nation for its grandiose rituals, absurd legal pronouncements, and the mythical cult of personality constructed around the Kim dynasty. North Koreans revere the family’s bizarre antics and claims of godlike achievements as a sort of secular state religion. But are these strange actions meant solely to keep the Korean people subjugated? Or do they also throw up a smokescreen to distract outsiders from the true horrors of the Kim regime? While the world laughs at the egomaniacal...

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Planned Pandering: Exploiting Social Trends for Profit

It seems that Planned Parenthood has made a new ideological transition. An offshoot of bygone feminist campaigns that sought to normalize abortion, this new pro-choice movement doesn’t merely glamorize the practice. This new movement conflates abortion with a variety of seemingly unrelated social issues and trends. These run the gamut from minority groups to transgender issues. It seems that Planned Parenthood is aggressively exploiting the grievances, concerns, and fear of other people. All of this, of course, is an effort to keep its abortion business running. Now under threat of being federally defunded, Planned Parenthood has ramped up its marketing strategy....

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Could Remilitarizating Japan Bring Stability?

Nearly everyone agrees that North Korea’s recent aggressive actions threaten peace and stability in East Asia. But when it comes to the appropriate response, disagreement reigns supreme. For example, in the wake of the impeachment of South Korean President Park Geun-hye, some of South Korea’s conservative figures have raised concerns that progressive presidential candidates could soften relations with the rogue communist dictatorship. Likewise, Japan is wrestling with their own response to the North Korean regime. Japan’s questions regarding the nature of their response are considerable, and stem from Japan’s defeat in World War II. Following their surrender, the war-weary Japanese formally abandoned any...

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Can President Trump Make North Korea Stable Again?

No one can argue that the recent actions of the North Korean regime have threatened regional peace. From the assassination of his half-brother, Kim Jong-nam, to the launching of a ballistic missile into the Sea of Japan, Kim Jong-un seems to be moving ever closer to a simmering powder keg with a lit match in hand. The recent assassination marks a troubling split between Beijing and Pyongyang, but this isn’t Kim Jong-un’s first alienating gesture. In 2013, he publicly and infamously executed his uncle, Jang Song-thaek. Jang was a close contact of Kim Jong-nam, and Beijing’s man inside North...

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